Rajasthani Laal Maas Biryani Bowl
(whole grain rice, goat meat, low-fat yogurt, red chillies, ghee)
In this bold and flavorful recipe, you’ll blaze through your kitchen, rekindling the cooking traditions from Rajasthan, a land renowned for its opulent flavors and robust dishes. The Rajasthani Laal Maas Biryani Bowl incorporates goat meat, which brings along its chewy, succulent texture, and a smoky punch, making this dish a protein treasure trove. Using whole grain rice gives it a hearty and nutritious boost, turning a guilty pleasure into a balanced bowl. The vibrant red chillies, a staple of Rajasthani cuisine, light a fire of spicy warmth in your palate, while the cooling yogurt tempers the fire, balancing it out with its mellow tanginess. A dollop of ghee is added for an extra hint of richness, smoothness, and that homely, heartfelt flavor. This bowl is a journey through Rajasthan, one spoonful at a time.
– 2 cups whole grain rice
– 500 grams goat meat, cut into cubes
– 4 tbsp low-fat yogurt
– 5-6 dried red chillies
– 2 tbsp ghee
– Salt and spices to taste
1. Soak the whole grain rice in water for about 30 minutes. Drain and set aside.
2. In a pot, add the ghee. Allow it to heat up and add the goat meat. Cook until it turns brown.
3. After this, add the dried red chillies, salt, and other spices of your choice. Stir well.
4. Simmer this for a few minutes before adding in the yogurt. Stir again and cook for a few minutes.
5. Once the meat is tender, add in the soaked rice. Stir gently to mix everything.
6. Cover the pot and let it cook on a medium flame until the rice is cooked and the flavors are well incorporated.
7. Your Rajasthani Laal Maas Biryani Bowl is ready to be served.
Enjoy this bewitching symphony of flavors packed in one bowl, keeping your calorie count in check while not compromising the taste. The balance of fiery spices and cooling yogurt, hearty meat and nutritious whole grain rice all together under 500 Calories. It’s a meal that indulges your taste buds, but also cares for your body. Don’t just have a meal, have a Rajasthani feast in a bowl!